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Beep Problem I am using Asus M2N motherboard, AMD2 processor and Nvdia 8500GT graphic card. Sometime i open computer will come out the beep sound about one long sound and 2 or 3 short sound and no display on monitor, but sometime will not facing any problem... what should i do now??

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Asus uses the Award bios. When the bios detect an issue with a device like the video card, CPU & memory the bios lets you know there is a problem by sounding a series of beeps. Click on this link which will show what the bios beep sounds are telling you to check. http://www.bioscentral.com/beepcodes/awardbeep.htm
The bios beeping is telling you there is a problem with you're video card. Remove it. Use canned air & blow out the slot. Re-insert the card, firmly & evenly & make sure it is all the way into the slot.

Good Luck!
This should fix the beep error.
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Check the memory or the harddisk..

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Remove the memory modules clean them with an eraser . and put it back .
for smooth working of an AMD powerd system . u have to enable cool and quiet in advanced> cpu conf settings in bios ... then also enable asus Q- fan in h/w monitor tab in bios too ..

then surely intel can nver beat AMD

also check wether adeqaute heat sink compud in heatsink assembly

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